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Xotica of Summons and Warrant of Attachment. V Jfortli Carolina, Henderson County In the Superior Court, March Term, 1919. x .Joseph McCormack and C. P. Hayes, trading as Hayes-McCormack Com- . Pany, vs. Chase)& Company, a Flor ida corporation The defendant in the above entitled .action will takenotice that on the. 8th day of January, 119, a summons m -.said action was issued against the de fendant by the Clek of the Superior . Court nf Hendey&on County. North . -Carolina, in an taction for damages "plaintiff claiming $552.60 damages due on acount of thevbreach of an express contract to ship plaintiff a car load of "orchard-run" oranges with a loss by decay of not less than 3 per cent, Whereas the defendant shipped car of oranges in which 36 per cent was de- .cayed, said suftxmons in returnable to the next terimof the Superior Court to be held in Hendersonville, N. C, on the first Monday inyVIarch, 1919, and Hi a defendant wil also take notice that a warrant of attachment was is sued by said Clerk of the Superior .Court on the 8th day of January, 1919, .against the property of the defendant which said warrant is returnable to .the next term of Superior Court, for Henderson County, at the time and ;place named for the return of the sum mons, "when and where the defendants are required to appear and answer or demur to the complaint, or the relief ..demanded will be granted. This the 8th day of January, 1919. C. M. PACE, C. S. C. l-4tc. EVER Si CALOMEL? H Calomel is quicksilver and afcis like dynamite on your liver. 'Calomel loses yon a day! You know what cvrtic! is. It's mer cury; quicksii y. Calomel is dan gerous. It v Aes into sour bile like dynamite : ramping and sick eninr you. V Calomel attacks the bones and should never be put into jyour system. iWhen ybu feel bilious, sluggish, constipatecSantTall knocked out and believe you need a flose of dangerous i -calomel just remfember that yourl druggist sells for a few cents a large j bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, which is entirely vegetable and pleasant to iake and is a perfect substitute for calomel. It is guaranteed to start your liver without stirring you up inside, and can notsalivate. Don't take calomel ! It makes you sick the next day ; it loses you a day's work. Dodson's Liver Tone straight ens you right up and you feel great. Give it to the children because it is perfectly harmless and doesn't gripe. Miller's Antiseptic Oil, Known as JFIIl Positively Eelieve Pain la Three y "3fty & Tight now foi rheumatism, "ftfcuralgia. Lumbago, sore, stiff and ' swollen joints, mlns in the head, back and limbs, corns, bunions, etc. Af ter one application, pain disappears as if by magic. 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No indigestion, heartburn, sourness or belching orWaaoFBructations of undi gested food, no dizziness, bloating, foul breath or neaoacne, Pane's Diapepsinf is noted for its ' speed in" regulative upset stomachs. ' It is the surest, quickest stomach sweet- ener in the wholeworld, and besides it is harmless. Pw an end to stomach - 'distress at once bV getting a large fifty - cent case of Papi's Diapepsin from any dru store. YouVealize in five minutes . Jl I - anfTor 4mm inAi. ion, dyspepsia or any stomach dis - Sd cauVd by fermentation due to ani in Rtomach. ' Cavvooa SHAKE OIL NOTICE OF ELECTION AND BOND ISSUE. Whereas, there has long been need of a Public Park for the City of Ken dersonville, to accommodate the resi dents as well as the tourists and visi who come to us by the thousands every every year for rest and recreation, and whereas, the city now owns no prop erty suitable for such purpose, and whereas, the present owners Oi. the property on North Main street known as the Noterman property, containing about six and one quarter acres, are willing to convey this property to the city for said purpose at a price which the Commissioners feel should be sub mitted to the vbters for their approv al or rejection, the price being much, less than the owners would be willing to accept for the property for any other purpose: Now, therefore, be it resolved by the Board of Commissioners of the City of Henderson ville : Sec. 1 That for the purpose of pro viding money with which to purchase said property for the purpose set forth above, that negotiable coupon bonds of the City of Hendersonville be issued in the "sum of not to exceed the principal amount of $23,000.00 said bonds to bear interest not to exceed six per centum per annum and shall mature within a maximum period or Thirty years, being jhe shortest pe riod in which the debt to be evi denced by said bonds can be finally paid without making it unduly bur densome upon the tax payers of the municipality. Both principal and in terest on said bonds to be payable at some bank in the City of New York, N. Y., to be determined by the Govern ing body of said City of Henderson ville and to be in such form as the Governing body, by resolution, may determine. Sec. 2. That said bonds are to be issued entirely for the purpose of pur- 1 - ' A 1 1 1 cnasmg me property auuve reierreu to, to be used and controlled by the City of Hendersonville' as a public park and for such other purposes as, by proper authority, from time to time, may be determined, 'and shall mature within Thirty years, the shortest pe riod in which the debt evidenced by said bonds can be finally paid with out making it j unduly burdensome upon the tax payers of the munici pality. Sec. 3. That each year while any of said bonds shall be outstanding a tax shall be levied and collected in accordance with the law sufficient to pay the principal and interest of said bonds as the same shall fall due and, payable Sec. 4. That statement of the debt of the City of Hendersonville has been filed with the clerk, pursuant to The Municipal Finance Act of 1917, and is open to public inspection. Sec. o. That the assessed valuation of ihe property subject to taxation by ihe City of Hendersonville for the years 1916, 1917, and 1918, was for the respective years $1,924,292 $1,977,866 $2,000,120, and thathe average as sessed valuation of the property sub ject to taxation by the City of Hen dersonville for the three fiscal years in which taxes were last levied, being the years 1916, 1917, 1918, as shown by said statement referred to in the foregoing section is $1,967,426. Sec. 6. That the amount of the net debt of the municipality outstanding, authorized and to be authorized, as shown by said statement is, $129, 877.25. Sec 7. That this ordinance shall take effect upon its ratification by the qualified voters of the City of Hen dersonville at an election to be called and held as provided in the following section. Sec. 8. That an election is hereby called to be held at the usual polling place at the City Hall in the City of Hendersonville, N. C, on the 11th day of February, 1919, at which time ana place the foregoing ordinance shall be submitted to the qualified vo ters of said city for their approval or rejection asby law provided. I propose the adoption of the fore going resolution, this the 7th day of January, 1919. K. G. MORRIS, Commissioner. Approved: E. W. EWBANK, City Attorney. The foregoing resolution was passed on the 7th day of January, 1319, was first published on the 16th day of Jan., 1919. Any action or proceedings ques tioning the validity of said resolution must be commenced within 30 days af ter its last publication. G. W. BROOKS, 51-4t-c. Secretary. ESTATE OF THOMAS B. MEMMIN GER, DECEASED Creditors of the estate above nalned are hereby noti fied to render anaccount of their re spective demands, puly attested, and debtors of the said estate will make payment to T. W. Bacot, 29 Broad street, Charlestoi S. C, Attorney, as Law. EDWARD MEMMINGER. . . .Administrator. 513tc. ' j Zoological Notes. Another thing we can't understand ! 13 ?ow nqn ca noe a perfect cat yet fd to death of a mouse. Cincinnati Enaulrer. City and County DIRECTORY CITY Mayor: C. E. Brooks. Town Council: J. W. Bailey, W. M. Bacon, A. H. Hawkins, John S. For rest, J. A. Fletcher, K. G. Morris. Tax Collector: G. W. Brooks. Chief of Police: Otis V. Powers. Superintendent Water Works and Streets: A. A. McCall. COUNTY County Commissioners: J. N. Russell (Chairman) J. A. Maxwell, S. J. Whit aker. Clerk of Court: C. M. Pace. Register of Deeds: A. O. Jones. Sheriff: Allard Case. Tax Collector and Treasurer: A. E. Hudgins. Superintendent Education: W. S. Shitle. Road Supervisor: P. F. Patton. Physician: Dr. L. B. Morse. Farm Demonstrator: Frank Flem- ming. Attorney: O. V. F. Blythe. Register Births and Deaths: B. F. pHood. Board of Health: J. N. Russell, (Chairman), W. S. Shitle (Secretary), Dr. J. L.. Egerton, Dr. "J. S. Brown, C. E. Brooks. CHURCHES First Baptist Dr. E. E. Bomar, Pastor. Services: Sunday 11 a. m. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.f Hollowell, Supt. N. M. East Hendersonville Baptist ,Rev. C. S. Blackburn, Pastor Services: Sunday 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting: 7:30 p. m. Sunday School: 9:45 a. m.f C. S. Fullbright, Supt. PVAV- H ril V it. Catholic i Father Marion, Priest. Services: Sunday 11 a. m. days 7:30 a. m. Week- St. James Episcopal. Rev. A. W. Farnum, Rector. Services: Sunday 7:30 a. m., and 11 a. m. Sunday School: 9:00 a. m. Methodist Rev. M. F. Moores, Pastor. Services: Sunday 11 a. m. Sunday School 9:45 a. ru., Whitfield, Supt. H. M. Presbyterian Rev. J. F. Ligon, Pastor. Services: Sunday 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Evening Pray er Meeting, 7:30 p. m. Sunday School: 10 a. m., Dr. A. H. Morey, Supt. TRAIN SCHEDULE Trains Southbound No. 42 7:35 a. m- No. 28 10:55 a. m. No. .10 4:35 p. m. Trains Northbound No. 41 10.30 a. m. No. 9 1.05 p. m. No. 27 6.55 p. m. Toxaway Division No. 8 Leaves... .....11.10 a. m. No. 6 Leaves 4.50 p. m. No. 5 Arrives 10.05 a. m. No. 7 Arrives 4.15 p. m. INTERURBAN COMPANY Lv. Hendersonville 9:30 a. m. Arr. Asheville 11:00 a.m. Lv. Asheville 4:15 p. m. Arr. Hendersonville... 5:45 p. in. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. By virtue of the poweV of sale con tained in a certain mortgage deed exe- cuted to the undersigned by J. R. Car ver and wife W. C. Carver, dated the 21st day of November, 1916, and re corded in Book No. 46 at Page 185 or tne Henderson County mortgage re- cords, default having been made in me payment of both principal and inter est of the debt thereby secured, l.wil: sell to the highest bidder for casb, at the Court HousdOor in Henderson ville, N. C, on FSferjiary 2Sth. 7319, at 12 o'clock M., the jtOrlowiiig de scribed premises containing residence. Beginning at a btake, M. L. Odens ,N. E. corner and ' runs with his lins North 87 degrees West 165 feet to a stake in his line; thence North 4 S-4 I degrees east 152 feet to a stakes. thence South 87 degrees East 1"5 feet to a" stake, F. E. Curtis' line; thence with Curtis' line South 4 3-4 degree west 132 feet to the place oi BEJ1IK NING, being the home place of J II. Carver and containing a frame, weal a er-boarded four-room cottage. f This the 23rd day of Januarv. 19 L. R. Barnwell, Mortgagee. E. W. Ewbank, Attorney. . l-!t-c. HENDERSC INYUIE HAS Two Cafes. Two Banks. One Florist. Five Hotels. One Bakery. J One Optician. One Ice Plant. Paved Streets. Four Garages. One Osteopath. Electric Lights. Four Coal Yards. Eight Physicans. Eleven Lawyers. Board of Trade Two Feed Stores. Two Wood Yards. One Opera House. Five Shoe Stores. One Bicycle Shop. Three Grist Mills. Four Drug Stores One Photo Gallery. Three Newspapers. One Jewelry Store. Six Grocery Stores. One Bottling Plant. Concrete Sidewalks. One Public Library. Four Meat Markets. Two Oil Companies. Four Barber Shops. One Steam Laundry S Six Dental Surgeons '7 ' Water and Sewerage. Two Millinery Stores. ? Three Pressing Clubs. Two Telegraph Offices. Three Hardware Stores. Two Department Stores. Three Blacksmith Shops. One Telephone Exchange. One Girls Boarding School. One Boys Boarding School. Three Real Estate Brokers. Two LiTery and Sale Stables. One Book and Stationery Store Two Plumbing Establiir;ieiit? Two Movinc pistil?" Tbj itrest Two Five aha' Ten Cent StorS. Two Electrical Supply Stores. Building and Loan Association. Two Gent's Furnishings Stores One Dealer in Fruit and Produce. Seven Wholesale Establishments. Four General 3Ierchandise Stores. One Graded School for Whites and One for Colored. Five Churches for White and Four for Colored. Two Harness and Shoe Repair Es tablishments. Three Fruit and Confectionery Stores. Fire Life and Fire Insurance agen cies. Four Manufacturing Plants, Includ ing Woodworking Establishments and Lumber Yards. NOTICE OF SUMMONS AND WARRANT OF ATTACHMENT. North Carolina Henderson County. In tho Superior Court March Term, 1919. Southern Supply Company, a North Carolina Corporation vs. J. M; Pol lock. The defendant in the above entitled action will take notice that on the 26tli day of December, 1918, a summons in said action was issued against the de fendant by the Clerk of the Superior Court of Henderson County, North Carolina, plaintiff claiming the sum of $258.31 du"It on afcfcount of damages irom tnev oreacn or aa. express con tract to sell and deliver to the plain tiff sound and merchantable oranges whereas defendant actually delivered rotten andv unsalable oranges, which said snmmojis is returnable to the next term' oKhe Superior Court for Henderson County, to""be held at Hen dersonville, N. C, on the First Monday in March, 1919; and: the defendant will also take notice that a war rant of attachment . was issued by said clerk of the Superior Court on the 26th v day of Decem ber, 1918, against the property of the said defendant which warrant of at- Jtachment is returnable at the same I time and place named for the return of the summons, when and where the defendants are required to appear and answer or demur to the Complaint or the relief demanded will be granted. This the 26th day of December, 1918. C. M. PACE, C. s. a Henderson County, N. C. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as administrator of C. C. Maxwell, deceased, late of Henderson County, N. C, this is to notify ' all persons f having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to jlhundersigned on or before the 2Qn; day of Decem ber, 1919, or JteTs notice will be pleaded in bar of theirv recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment. . This the 20th day of December, 1918.. W. P. .MAXWELL, 12-26-6tp. Administrator. I XOTICE OF 3IOXTGAGE SALE. I By virtue of the power of sale ccn tEined in a certain deed of trust exe ! cuted to the undersigned to secure the 1 payment of the indebtedness mention i ed in said deed of trust, dated August 24th, 1916, executed by E. S. Ketner and recorded in Book 47 at page 113 of the Henderson County mortgage re cords, default having been made in the payment of both principal and inter est of said debt, I will sell at the Court House door in Hendersonville, on February 28th, 1919, at 12 o'clock M., at publia outcry to the highest tua der for cashaH the following, describ ed pieces, parcels or lots of land, ly ing and being inxthe City of Hender sonville and beinglots 10, 11, 12, of Block 10; and lot 2 a and half of lot 28 of Block nine; anlots 2G and 8 and S-4 of lot 27 of Block 9 of the Hy man Heights division all V said lots being fully described in a deed froin Wm. H. Lyie and wife to T. C. Wil liams, dated the 9th day of March, 1916 and recorded in Book 0 at pat;e 30 of the Henderson County records of deeds, to which reference is here by made for a complete description by metes and bounds. Said sale being made to pay the bal-ance-of-the-purchase-price debt, in terest and costs. This the 24th day of January, 1919. E. V. Ewbank, Trustee for T. C. Williams Citizens National Bank, Assignee. l-4t-c. Dr. W.H. Vander Lin en DENTIST , Pnone 351 Office ever Duffs DR. H. L. KEITH (Successoiv4p Dr. W. F. Nickel) DFNTIST. , Office: Over Hunter's Pharmacy dr. e. a. McMillan (Successor toDivW. T. Wallace) DENtlST Ulfice: Burckmyer ?Building, 4th Ave. Phone 442. H Anderson vllle. N. C DR. EHRINGHAUS DenusL Fli(m27-J. Office over jJ. O. Williams. HENDERSONVILLE. N. CL DR. GEORGE WRIGHT OSTEOPATH Sueessorfta Dr. Tebeaa Patterson Building Phone 105 1R. GIRLS! WHITEN YOUR oi WITH LEMON JUICE Make a beauty lotion for a few cents to remove tan, freckles, sallownes. . 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